For Undergraduate Students

Green Campus Action Plan

Green Campus Action Plan (GCAP) is Sustainability program under UCR's Associate Student Body. 

GCAP

California Public Interest Research Group 

The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) is an on-campus organization that strives to address and bring solutions to issues Californians face.

calpirg group

Flying Samaritans at UCR
  • Contact: flyingsamsucr@gmail.com

The Flying Samaritans (Flying Sams ) is primarily a volunteer organization that serves the Mexican community of El Hongo. They work to bring a sustainable environment in El Hongo with free healthcare and food security.

Flying Sams

Environmental Science Club
  • Contact: enscclubatucr@gmail.com

The Environmental Science club offers its members with field trips to geological sites, tours of plants, work/volunteer opportunities with scientists in various areas of environmental science, and much more! 


Sustainable UCR
  • Contact: sustainableucr.org@gmail.com

Sustainability at UCR focus on projects that work towards sustainable water, food, energy, zero waste, and culture. 


Botany and Entomology Undergraduate Student Association
  • Contact: beusa.officers@gmail.com

The Botany and Entomology Undergraduate Student Association (BEUSA) unites those with an interest in plant and insect science. The association aims to provide students with opportunities to make a difference through this field!


Geology Student Organization
  • Contact: geostudentorg@gmail.com

The Geology Student Organization (GSO) provides insight into its members' surroundings and geology. GSO encourages students, regardless of major, to learn more about this underrepresented field and rely on the organization as a valuable resource.

insect science. The association aims to provide students with opportunities to make a difference through this field!


Carbon Neutrality Initiative (CNI)

The UC President’s Bonnie Reiss Carbon Neutrality Student Fellowship Program funds student-generated projects that support the UC system’s goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2025. UC Riverside Students selected to serve as a CNI Student Engagement Fellow will work with the Office of Sustainability and staff to communicate about campus and UC‐wide sustainability goals and programs, to assess existing programs and efforts, and to engage more students in those efforts. 


 UCR Global Food Initiative (GFI)

The UC Riverside's Global Food Initiative (GFI) is addressing how to sustainably and nutritiously feed a world population expected to reach 8 billion by 2025. A total of six $4,000 fellowships will be awarded to both undergraduate and graduate students with projects focused on the initiative.

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